Saint Patrick Healing the Sick

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, Italian, 1727 - 1804
after Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Italian, 1696 - 1770


about 1750

Etching on paper

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Jean and Adolph Weil Jr. 1935 Fund



Place Made: Italy, Europe



Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


In image, bottom right: Joannes Baptista Tiepolo pinx. In Eccl. S. Joannis de Verdara Patavij; in plate, below image: Francisco Comiti Algarotto, / Illustrissiumo aeque, ac Doctissimo Viro / Tabulam, quam IPSE e patris penicillo prodeuntem olim benigne accepertat, pingentem consilio adjuvans, comitate fovens; aeri nunc a se incisam patri Libentissime morem gerens humiliter deddicat. / Jo: Dominicus Tiepolo Filius.

Course History

ANTH 50, COCO 2, HIV/AIDS Through a Biosocial Lens: 30 Years of a Modern Plague, Sienna Craig, Timothy Lahey, Spring 2013

ANTH 17, The Anthropology of Health and Illness, Lauren Gulbas, Fall 2013

REL 1, Patterns of Religious Experience, Elizabeth Perez, Fall 2013

COCO 2.3, ANTH 50.6, HIV/AIDS Through a Bio-social Lens: Thirty Years of a Modern Plague, Sienna Craig, Timothy Lahey, Spring 2015

Exhibition History

Ivan Albright Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, July 14-October 20, 2011.

Published References

Rizzi, Aldo. The Etchings of the Tiepolos: Complete Edition. London: Phaidon, distributed in the USA by Praeger, New York, 1971.


James A. Bergquist, Newton Centre, Massachusetts; sold to present collection, 2011.

Catalogue Raisonne

Nagler Kunstlerlexikon 14; De Vesme 69; Sack 75; Rizzi (1970) 103; Rizzi (1971) 106/I/II (before the number "30" top left corner) WM; AS Bromberg (Canaletto) #35; Robinson (Piranesi) #52; datable according to Robison 1748-49.

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